‘Cycladic Squares’ by Stavros Dimakopoulos

By on February 13, 2018

Stavros-Dimakopoulos-Cycladic-Squares-PortraitName: Stavros Dimakopoulos
Hometown: Athens
Resides: Athens
Profession: Archaeologist
Hobbies: Cycling a lot, desperately seeking good coffee
Hipstographer since: 2012
Year of birth: 1982

Favorite Combo:  Madalena  +  Blackeys Extra Fine 
Favorite Lens:  Stavros 
Favorite Film:  Robusta 
Favorite Flash:  Standard 

"This series of images, taken on the island of Milos in Greece, reflects the main principles of the traditional cycladic architecture. Praised for its incomparable minimalistic aesthetics and based exclusively on strict geometric shapes, the architecture of the Cyclades islands is marked by clearness, simplicity and purity of the archetypical forms. Cubic houses, chapels and churches are clustered next to each other, on various levels under the sky and above the sea, creating this unique blue and white, urban landscape."
Stavros Dimakopoulos



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